Joey’s Strain: Cannabis Created for Symptoms Related to Autism
The medical aid of marijuana in children having difficulty from autism-related problems have long been contemplated about, but just recently, with new laws being issued, have we truly been able to see actions. In an article published in Autism Research Review International, Doctor Bernard Rimland, founder of the Autism Society of America (ASA), supports that “evidence suggests that in such cases, medical cannabis may be a beneficial treatment” for persons in the autism spectrum.
In 2009, Mieko Hester-Perez an innovator of this nontraditional operation originally opening the doors with her ground breaking investigation on her first public segment on Good Morning America. In 2015, she carries on her mission to edify families and medical professionals striving internationally on media networks ABC, NBC, CBS, Telemundo and Univision news resources. Ms. Perez, mother of 3 and legal secretary for over 20 years, is President of CA Corporate & Attorney Services Inc. in Los Angeles and Co-contributes to the Founding of The Unconventional Foundation for Autism, an informational website. With her Congressional acknowledgement for her devotion to the special needs community, Ms. Perez today sits on the board of NORML Woman’s Alliance to aid special needs families, medical specialist and universities on a national level.
Ms. Perez’s partners have made it possible to use Joey’s Strain as a another option to the autism community with the help of her group.
Mr. Aaron Justis is President of Buds & Roses Collective which is one of the most highly recognized marijuana compounds in Los Angeles. This is a nonprofit foundation which supports a platform of manufacturing, mixed with a solid commitment to activism and proper practices. Aaron has defended these best practices at US forums and around the world. He claims his position on the board of directors for the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) He is also on the Steering Committee for the Greater Los Angeles Collective Alliance (GLACA) and is part of the Americans for Safe Access Los Angeles Advisory Committee.
Aaron and his committee have worked for the distinction of having a world class dispensary which also offers the best marijuana in the nation, winning the most High Times Cannabis Cup awards in the US 20 times in the last 3 years. This invovles a 1st place in BOTH High Times U.S. Cannabis Cups.
Mixede by Joey’s story, Aaron Justis made the decision to put his genetics company, Kushman Genetics to the assignment. applying his partners and master growers, Tyler Wadleigh and Kyle Kushman, and through specialized breeding and growing practices, they were able to build a high-quality herbal medicine with just the right mixture of cannabinoids and terpines for Joey. Joey’s situation has influenced other parents to seek similar medical aid for their kids and Joey’s Strain may offer then similar relief.
When medical experts began emphasizing the positive effects of marijuana in children, the public want this medicinal aid to be made available immediately. States then went from banning marijuana to achieve legislation that would give children, who needed it, access to this medicinal practice, which could be an crucial part to their improvement. But it’s the CBDs that were accessible, not THC, so people must be made aware of the diference.
The FDA only backs the trial of CBD-rich marijuana extracts and does not support legalization of marijuana for medical use, even though research which states that THC drastically improves the body’s natural production of endocannabinoids, correcting behavioral problem related to fragile X syndrome, the most common known genetic cause of autism. As Aaron and Mieko work carefully on medical and legal front lines to further their group involvement they have partnered up with Acology Inc. (OTCQB: ACOL) specifically for its subversive container,the MedTainer. They have built a new custom “Joey’s Strain” logo which will be placed on this exclusive child-resistant, patented, FDA-approved bottle.
All involved agree on the importance of providing industry leading, compliant packaging of medical marijuana inventory to this new patient base and families.
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